Share 0 Deadline: 12/03/2010No-one sees the world the same way. The BBC wants to see things from perspective of individuals – and create a unique picture of our lives today across the planet. BBC is looking for original films that individuals think the world should know about and will shortlist films that are emotionally touching, important or visually impactful. BBC is seeking short (no longer than 2 minutes) documentary video entries to free contest about “how you see the world.”AwardFive prestigious MyWorld curators will each be assigned films from a particular continent. The chosen videos will be available to view online and on BBC World News. An overall winner will then be chosen and receive a prize of a semi-professional HD mini DV camcorder.EligibilityEach film must be relevant to one of the five major continents – Africa, the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania.The maximum file size that the uploader can accept is 50mb.(The uploader can accept the following file types: avi, mov, wmv, mp4, mpg, flv, 3gp, wav, mp3, wm)See terms and conditions.Submition procedureThe applicants need to fill the registration form including name, email address, some background information about your video etc. and upload the video itself and send it to: [email protected] application deadline 12th March, 2010.Some tipsFor further queries contact: [email protected] detailed info Gender Equality Fellowship → LinkedIn 0 +1 Similar Stories BBC documentary contest – My World Pocket Tweet March 5, 2010 Published by Site Default ← Job position: Project Manager, UNIFEM Serbia Reddit Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.
By Ms. Boitshoko Kebaki says: on October 25, 2010 at 2:10 pm Tweet on October 25, 2010 at 2:27 pm WTO Essay Award for Young Economists Deadline: 15/06/2010Prize: CHF 5,000The WTO launched on 2 March the 2010 Essay Award for Young Economists. The Award aims to promote high-quality research on the WTO and WTO-related issues among young economists and to reinforce the relationship between the WTO and the academic community.PrizeThe annual WTO Essay Award consists of a prize of CHF 5,000 to the author(s) of the winning essay. In the case of a co-authored paper, the prize will be equally divided among the authors. The winning paper will be officially announced at the annual meeting of the European Trade Study Group (ETSG), which is currently the largest conference specializing in international trade. The award ceremony will take place in September 2010 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The winning author(s) will receive funding to attend the meeting.SelectionAn Academic Selection Panel is responsible for the selection of the winning paper.EligibilityThe paper must address issues related to the economics of the WTO (e.g. the design of trade agreements, contingent protection, trade facilitation, the effects of trade agreements, Aid for Trade, the economic aspects of dispute settlement). The author(s) of the paper must possess or be engaged in the completion of a PhD degree and, if over 30 years of age, be no more than two years past a PhD defence. In the case of co-authored papers, this requirement shall apply to all authors. In addition, to be considered for the Award, essays cannot exceed 15,000 words.Important deadlinesEssays must be submitted by 15 June 2010. The Economic Research and Statistics Division at the WTO Secretariat will shortlist eligible papers by 1 July 2010 and the Selection Panel will take a final decision by 1 August 2010. Only the author(s) of short-listed essays will be notified.PublicationThe winning essay will be published in the WTO Working Paper Series and it is the responsibility of the author(s) to endeavour to secure publication of the contribution in a journal.SubmissionsAll submissions should be sent to Aishah Colautti ([email protected]) with the subject line “WTO Essay Award”. Submissions should include as separate attachments in PDF format:1. the essay2. the CV of the author(s), specifying (i) current affiliation(s), (ii) the academic institution awarding the PhD, (iii) the year (or the expected year) of the PhD, (iv) the date of birth of the author(s).More info. Hello, I am 23 year old young woman from Botswana,in Southern Africa.I came across the essay competition run by the WTO while researching scholarship opportunities from the WTO.I was elated to stumble across this competition but slightly dissapointed to find that only PhD holders, or those embarking on their PhD’s qualify for the competition.I hold a degree in International Relations and Applied Economics,and would have loved the opportunity for a similar challenge.My suggestion is for the design of perhaps a similar competition , which will allow academics on my level to strecth themselves, as well as express their opinions on issues within our global society that interest us.Sincerely, Ms. B.Kebakile Reddit on February 21, 2011 at 3:50 pm 3 thoughts on “WTO Essay Award for Young Economists” Share 0 Log in to Reply Log in to Reply I will most definately do that Kristina, thank you.i think mladiinfo is doing a great job regardless, thanks for keeping us in touch with the different opportunities, keep it up.best regards. By mladiinfo says: XIV International Compostela Prize for Picture Books 2021 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. By Ms. Boitshoko Kebaki says: Log in to Reply Pocket LinkedIn 0 March 3, 2010 Published by Site Default Dear Ms. B.Kebakile, thank you for your comment. We think it would be nice if you suggested your stimulative idea to the organisers of the WTO Essay Award themselves, as “…Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities. Click on the direct link to the official page above to apply for the program.”All the best, Kristina, mladiinfo Call for Entries: Pro Carton Young Designers Award 2021 +1 Similar Stories ← 40 Guest Scholarships for Master in Sweden Graffiti Radio – We don’t protect people only from bad music →
+1 Reddit Pocket Tweet ← Institute for International Public Policy Fellowship Program for US Students Similar Stories U.S-Russia-Visegrad Transatlantic–Russia Civic Workshops 2018 Henkel Art Award LinkedIn 0 Share 0 Admission Period is Now Officially Open at the University of Tartu May 31, 2011 Published by Site Default Deadline: 10 June 2011Open to: artists in the fields of painting, drawing, photography, video and installation from Central and Eastern Europe, up to 40 yearsAward: monetary prize of 7,000UR, exhibition in the artist’s native countryFor the 10th year, Henkel Central Eastern Europe (Henkel CEE) promotes the Henkel Art.Award for countries in this region. The partners for this project are KulturKontakt Austria and the “Museum der Modernen Kunst Stiftung Ludwig” (Museum of Modern Art – MUMOK) in Vienna.The award aims to recognize the best works created by fine artists in Central and Eastern Europe in the fields of painting, drawing, photography, video and installation. The winner is chosen from the submitted entries within the context of a multi-phased selection process.EligibilityThe competition is open to artists in the fields of painting, drawing, photography, video and installation from the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and the Ukraine.Application# CV and description of artistic career (in English or German)# 5-10 reproductions of works of art (please do not send the originals)– Artwork in the fields of painting, drawing, photography: reproductions in the form of photos, folders and/or catalogues (Format: maximum A3). No slides, CDs or DVDs!– Artwork in the fields of video and installation: Use video DVDs! (Maximum duration of presentation: 10 minutes)# All works of art must have originated after the year 2008Submit this material directly to the Henkel address in the respective country (see pdf download list on the official webpage).Award* monetary prize of 7,000 euros* an exhibition in the artist’s native country* cooperation with MUMOK* opportunity to display his or her works of art within the framework of an individual exhibition in MUMOK held in the following year, accompanied by the publication of an exhibition catalogueContactDr. Sabine SchauerHead Corporate Communications Central Eastern Europe, Middle East & North AfricaPhone: +43-1-71104-2253Fax: +43-1-71104-2550Mag.(FH) Christina Hammertinger-Bischof, MSc.Corporate Communications Central Eastern Europe, Middle East & North AfricaPhone: +43-1-71104-2463Fax: +43-1-71104-2650Official Webpage Call for Applications – Rethink.CEE Fellowship Training Course: Value the Difference – Identity, France → Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.
European Training Course for EVS Support People, Turkey Share 0 Tweet February 7, 2012 Published by tamara Deadline: 10 February 2012Open to: Youth workers, Mentors of EVS volunteersVenue: 10-18 March 2012, Sremski Karlovci, SerbiaDescriptionThis training aims to further develop the competences of EVS mentors from EU, SEE and EEC. It aims at ensuring the quality of future EVS projects implemented in partnerships with organisations from EU, SEE and EEC countries. The training “Mentors Adventure in EVS Land” is organized by the NGO BalkanIDEA (Novi Sad) and will take place in Sremski Karlovci, Serbia, from the 10 to 18 March 2012.The main themes of the project are mentoring of EVS volunteers and more specifically the role of mentor in guiding the volunteer through self-directed learning, supporting his/her ICL process and providing him/her emotional support. Apart from the residential training course, for the preparation and follow up of the training the on-line platform will be used in order to facilitate further learning and support of the participants. The on-line platform will be very important in visibility and dissemination of results of the project, as it will be open to all interested organizations and individuals in the follow up stage of the project.The E-manual will be created during the project. It will be based on the outcomes of the training, focusing on the main themes explored and will give added value in promotion and dissemination of results of the project.ObjectivesThe role of mentor is very important, if not crucial, in supporting the volunteer in his/her learning process, adaptation to the local environment and for personal and emotional support. SALTO-YOUTH recognised the need for training and on-going support for mentors in their every-day work with volunteers. Therefore the overall aim of the project is to ensure the quality of future EVS projects implemented in partnerships with organisations from EU, SEE and EEC countries.Specific objectives are: To build capacities of 24 mentors for leading the EVS volunteers through the process of intercultural learning, giving them emotional support and guiding their self-directed learning.To provide space for partnership building between organisations from EU, SEE and EEC that would lead to new EVS projects.Capacity building of mentors that are supporting the volunteers through the process of learning, emotional growth and interculturality will result in implementation of higher quality EVS projects. Consequently, this will lead to the creation of support systems within the organizations that are open for and capable to deal with EVS challenges.By increasing intercultural sensitivity of mentors they are becoming capable to guide EVSers through their ICL processes in order to open them for cultural diversities and enable understanding between young people in different countries.Through possibility to work on particular EVS projects during TC and by creation of an online platform the ground for long lasting partnerships at the European level will be set. EVS experience which is influencing personal growth and development of young people is promoting the volunteering itself, on international but also local level and fostering participation of youth in different fields.EligibilityThis Training course is for 22 participants from Georgia, Italy, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic, Romania, Serbia, Spain and recommended for Youth workers, Mentors of EVS volunteers. The working language is English.CostsAll costs of activities, accommodation and food are covered by the Youth in Action programme, as well as 70% of travel costs.ApplicationApplications for this training activity are handled on an external website: Apply onlineContact for questions: Ivana VolfE-Mail: [email protected] more information please read the Official call Similar Stories Pocket ← Astra Film Festival 2012 – Call for Entries LinkedIn 0 Reddit +1 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Mentors Adventure in EVS Land PROOF’s Award for Emerging Photojournalists →
Making All Voices Count: A Grand Challenge for Development LinkedIn 0 ← Humboldt Fellowships for Climate Protection Research +1 Similar Stories IDS Graduate Scholarship 2021 October 14, 2013 Published by daniel Pocket MA Climate Change and Development in Sussex, UK Deadline: 8 November 2013Open to: research institutes, governments, individuals, academic institutions, NGOs and for-profit companies.Grants: range between 10,000 and 100,000 GBPDescription Making All Voices Count is a global initiative that supports innovation, scaling-up, and research to deepen existing innovations and help harness new technologies to enable citizen engagement and government responsiveness. This Grand Challenge focuses global attention on creative and cutting-edge solutions, including those that use mobile and web technology, to ensure the voices of all citizens are heard and that governments have the capacity, as well as the incentive, to listen and respond.Making All Voices Count aims to close the feedback loop by creating:tools to enable citizens to give feedback on government performancestronger incentives for, and greater capacity within, governments to respond to citizens’ feedbackincentives and the capacity for citizens to engage with government to improve their policies and servicesEligibilityInvited to apply are: individuals ( Innovation grants only) universities, academic institutions, research institutes, organisations ( all registered non-government associations; charities or societies; faith-based organisations; community-based organisations; not-for-profit and for-profit companies and corporations; social enterprises; and government), as well as private sector companies.For the first call of proposal only 8 programme countries are included. These are: Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. Applicants can be based anywhere, but must demonstrate that their proposed activities have a clear link, or demonstrate impact, in one of these countries.GrantMaking All Voices Count aims to fund collaborative efforts, rather than one-sided approaches, and will award funds for the following three components:Innovation: Backing innovative ideas and technology solutions (£10-40,000)Scaling: Scaling successful initiatives and responses (£40-100,000)Research and Evidence: Building an evidence base as to what works and why (£30 – 75,000)ApplicationFor general instructions regarding a fund application: please read this Grant Manual. Applications must be submitted through the website HERE before the November 8, 2013 at 6:00 PM South Africa time.All questions should be sent to [email protected] Reddit Tweet MA in Climate Change and Development, University of Sussex Share 0 Fight Tuberculosis with Stop TB Partnership Grants →
European Youth Foundation (Re)mix Seminar in Strasbourg Pocket The European Press Prize – The Award for Excellence in Journalism December 3, 2015 Published by Ivana Petriskova ← Vienna Graduate School of Finance PhD Scholarships Similar Stories Share 0 Reddit 3 Research Assistants at Cardno Emerging Markets Wanted → Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Deadline: 16 January 2016Open to: international or a local youth NGO that is registered in the EYF databaseCosts: all expenses reimbursedDescriptionThe European Youth Foundation (EYF) of the Council of Europe is organizing a seminar with representatives of international and local youth NGOs from 1 to 4 March 2016 (arrival on 1 March morning, departure on 5 March) in Strasbourg.What will you learn?Receive feedback and share information on the work with the EYF’s operational regulations;Create a common understanding of work plans and pilot activities supported by the EYF;Gain awareness about the different situations organisations address with the support of the EYF;Revitalize transparency and accountability between the EYF and youth organisations;Achieve open and informal networking between representatives of international and local NGOs;Share best practices concerning projects, for example how to integrate a gender perspective, how to ensure a good impact, etc.EligibilityThe training is for 40 people who:Are able to work in English;Are aged between 18 – 30 (some exceptions for 30+ will be possible);Run youth projects (writing applications, implementing, reporting) for an international or local NGO registered with the EYF;Are working as multipliers in their organisation;Have had experience with grant applications to the EYF (successful or not) including first experiences working with the online system of the EYF.CostsTravel expenses and visa fees will be reimbursed (on presentation of the relevant receipts) according to Council of Europe rules. Only the participants who attend the whole meeting will be reimbursed. Payment will be made by bank transfer after the meeting. Accommodation and meals (full board) will be provided at the European Youth Centre in Strasbourg for all participants (paid for by the Council of Europe). There is no registration fee.How to apply?For the organisation wishing to nominate a person to attend this meeting, please fill in the application form HERE.For the representative of the NGO nominated, please consider (not compulsory) creating a short video (max 1.5 minutes) introducing yourself and what you would like the EYF to know about you that is not in the application form. Send everything to [email protected] by 10 January 2016.Further information on the official website. +1 Council of Europe – Youth Delegate Program in Strasbourg Seminar “Artificial Intelligence and its impact on Young People” in Strasbourg LinkedIn 0 Tweet
on February 1, 2016 at 3:28 pm Pocket LinkedIn 0 By Helen says: Deadline: 16 February 2016Open to: youth workers, trainers, youth leaders from Albania, Estonia, France, Italy, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, TurkeyVenue: 1-10 April 2016 and 30 September-9 October 2016, Ulcinj MontenegroDescriptionLong Term Training Course on Human Rights Education 1-10 April 2016 (First Training) and 30 September-9 October 2016 (Second training). Between the training participants have to deliver human rights education workshops for young people in their community.The high and serious worrying level of discrimination and Human Rights violation around Europe, in schools, in neighbourhoods, in the working place, etc., discrimination by state or by peers or authorities are very often considered as normality among many young people (especially from disadvantageous background) which are either victims or neutral and indifferent.Main aim of this project is to develop competencies among youth workers to prepare, deliver and evaluate Human Rights Education Activities for young people (in order to have more acknowledged, skilled and pro-active youth towards various Human Rights problematic situations in their communities and in Europe in general).EligibilityYouth workers (no age limit but preferably over 18) that have responsibility in running projects/initiatives (paid or voluntary) in their organizations;Basic relevant experience that entitles them to multiply easily new competencies;Motivation in issues as human rights and human rights education;Motivation and availability for the entire project duration (2 training courses and local practice phase as mention before);All participants should have an English level of at least medium level (to be able to participate in discussion and in training activities);The participants should be resident of one of following countries: Albania, Estonia, France, Italy, Romania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Turkey.CostsThis project is funded by Erasmus + (KA2) of European Commission. According to its financial rules the following costs are covered:100% costs of board and logging will be fully covered (for both trainings);Travel and visa costs will be fully covered.There is a returnable participation fee for making sure all the quality conditions for an impactful long term project are meet which is EUR 50. The participation fee will be paid during the first training course and returned to the participants in the second training course.How to apply?If you are interested in applying please fill in the application form and send it to [email protected] by 16 February 2016.For more information please check the official call. Log in to Reply ARTOOL Market – Art for Intercultural Dialogue Share 0 Reddit Long Term TC “Be Aware of Your Rights!” in Montenegro February 1, 2016 Published by Gorica I can’t open application form. Can you fix problem, please? Thank you. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Similar Stories Preventing Victimization in Vulnerable Communities Tweet One thought on “Long Term TC “Be Aware of Your Rights!” in Montenegro” +1 Diversity in Europe: Richness or? ← Milena Jesenská Fellowships for Journalists Grants through The Endangered Language Fund →
Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Share 0 Fourth Human Rights Youth Challenge 212 Photography Istanbul Deadline: 31 July 2016Open to: projects involving young people under 25Prize: a trophy and a monetary benefit of EUR 5,000DescriptionThe Pompidou Group’s European Drug Prevention Prize was initially launched in 2004 to highlight innovative drug projects led by young people for young people. It aims at recognition of the importance of active youth participation in building healthier and more favorable environments for all communities in Europe.It is already the 7th cycle of the European Drug Prevention Prize and a unique possibility for young people involved in the projects to apply for the Prize and demonstrate their commitment for drug prevention. The idea of the Drug Prevention Prize is to recognize the importance of the youth participation, to reward projects involving them and to further promote and support such projects’ contributions towards drug prevention. The projects applying should be implementing new and creative ideas, which can serve as a resource for policy makers, researchers, practitioners and professionals and be a good example for young people in the further development of new projects. EligibilityProjects should be implemented in one of the 47 Council of Europe Member States or of the States of Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco and Tunisia;Projects must be doing quality drug prevention and fully involve young people (aged under 25);The projects should be currently running or recently finished;The project must be run by more than one person and have some formal structure.PrizeThe Jury of the Prevention Prize consists of seven young people aged from 16 to 21 at the time of their application, who will select up to three prize-winners from the applications submitted.The winners will be awarded a trophy and a sum of EUR 5,000. Prize-winners tell Pompidou Group that winning the Prize has helped them gain greater recognition for their work.How to apply?The application must be in English or French. In order to apply, applicants need to fill application form and must submit your application by 31 July 2016.If you have any further questions, please write to: [email protected] more information please check the official call and visit the official webpage. Similar Stories European Drug Prevention Prize Pocket LinkedIn 0 Tweet May 16, 2016 Published by Kübra Aydınlı The Masters Review Flash Fiction Contest 2021 Reddit European Rural Youth Forum: Sustainability Summer School → ← Fully Funded International Scholarships at Ural Federal University in Russia +1
June 21, 2016 Published by elena Koç University AI PhD Fellowships Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit Similar Stories ← Call for Proposals: Strengthening Cooperation with Civil Society Organizations Tweet Bonn SDG Fellowships LinkedIn 0 Pocket Share 0 Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program Doctoral Research Fellowships Within Internet Governance in Norway +1 Deadline: 15 August 2016Open to: applicants must hold a Norwegian master degree in law or its equivalent with excellent grades and excellent command of the English language, written and spokenFellowship: salary based on salary level 50 to 57 (NOK 430,500 to 483,700 – gross per year)DescriptionTwo positions as doctoral research fellows in the field of Internet Governance are available at the Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law at University of Oslo.Two positions as PhD research fellows are available, each for three years, to undertake research as part of the project “Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analysing the Law” (SIGNAL). The project is funded by the Norwegian Research Council and UNINETT Norid AS. The appointees will work as part of a team at the Norwegian Research Centre for Computers and Law, University of Oslo, in collaboration with an interdisciplinary group of experts from other universities.The period for each fellowship may be extended up to four (4) years, with teaching.Supervision duties and research assistance constituting 25 % of the workload. A prerequisite for such an extension is that the appointee meets the current teaching needs of the Faculty of Law.EligibilityFellows should meet the following criteria in order to be eligible:Applicants must hold a Norwegian master degree in law or its equivalent. Other education at the same level may be accepted, based on an assessment in each case, if the education is highly relevant to the subject matter and remit of the SIGNAL project.Admission to the PhD program requires the candidate to have excellent grades;The project language is English and the applicants should, therefore, have an excellent command of the English language, written and spoken;As the project leader will define more precisely the research agendas of the doctoral research fellows, applicants do not need to submit an extensive project proposal;In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on the applicants’ assume academic and personal ability to complete their parts of the project within the given time frame;A good command of a Scandinavian language is also an advantage, though not a condition.FellowshipSalary based on salary level 50 to 57 (NOK 430,500 to 483,700 – gross per year);An inspiring, friendly and inclusive working environment;Favorable pension arrangement;Attractive welfare arrangements.How to apply?The applications should be submitted to the online recruiting system until 15 August 2016 and should include:A letter of application (English);Research proposal (maximum 5 pages);Curriculum vitae with documentation of education, former positions, and academic work (English);Certified copies of certificates, diplomas with all grades, and a complete list of publications;An explanation of foreign university grading systems;A full publication list (in English);Up to three scholarly publications, with an overview indicating their relevance for this application.For further information please contact the project leader, Professor Lee A. Bygrave at: [email protected] more information, please visit the official website. TC “The Voice of Youth on Establishment of the Regional Youth Cooperation Office” →
Share 0 2020 FIG Foundation PhD Scholarships Danish Government Scholarship for MSc in Engineering Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Should have a basic training at the Masters level (similar to the 3 + 2 Bologna process);An educational background in the social sciences is necessary;The applicant must have successfully completed the Master’s degree before commencing Ph.D. at CBS;Be fluent in English;Show an interest in joining the Department’s research environment;Should demonstrate enthusiasm for working in an organisation of this type (highlighting, for example, relevant business, educational and dissemination activities).ScholarshipThe scholarships are fully salaried positions, according to the national Danish collective agreement. The scholarship includes the tuition fees, office space, travel grants plus a salary, currently starting with per month app. DKK 24.480 (app. 3,284 EUR) up to DKK 29.829,76 (app. 4,000 EUR) depending on seniority, plus a pension contribution totalling 17,1 % of 85 per cent of the base salary.How to ApplyApplication must be sent via the electronic recruitment system.Copenhagen Business School must receive all application material, including all appendices (see items above), by the application deadline: 4 September 2016. Only online applications will be accepted.For more information, please visit the official website. Tweet August 29, 2016 Published by emmanuel Department is particularly interested in research which examines the impact of new ethical, responsible and sustainable business standards and organisations (e.g. Ethical Trading Initiative, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, stewardship councils, fair trade organizations) on corporations and their wider impacts. Here the research could explore the roles of corporations and other actors in forming and developing these organisations; the operations and impacts of the organisations; or how corporations manage their relationships with them.The three-year PhD programme at CBS allows you to conduct research under the supervision of CBS professors, supported by research training courses. The programme is highly international, and you are expected to participate in international research conferences and to spend time abroad as a visiting PhD student.Eligibility PhD Scholarship Copenhagen Business School Pocket LinkedIn 0 ← Attend Harvard Model Congress Asia with a Scholarship! University Startup World Cup 2019 Similar Stories Deadline: 4 September 2016Open to: candidates with Masters level in social sciences (similar to the 3 + 2 Bologna process)Scholarship: fully salaried positions, according to the national Danish collective agreementDescriptionThe Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM) invites applications for one Ph.D. position exploring the relationship between corporate sustainability and governance.Applications are invited from suitably qualified students intending to explore:1. The relationship between sustainability and corporations; particularly how corporations can undermine or contribute to economic, social and environmental sustainability, 2. How corporations’ sustainability impacts are regulated by markets, civil society and governmental actors, and 3. How corporations contribute to, and extend, wider governance systems for sustainability. +1 Reddit Competitive Enterprise Institute Internships in US →